How much dirt really comes out of a pool excavation
Updated: Apr 1, 2020
Most people think they can keep all the dirt from the excavation after all is said and done, but as you'll see in the video, the amount of dirt is usually greatly underestimated.Many times, people end up with literally tons of dirt that they can't do anything with, and it's often more difficult to get rid of than they initially thought.So, take our word for it—if you're in doubt, just have it hauled out.However, there are some reasons for keeping the dirt from the pool excavation such as:If you have a sloped yardIf your property was struck by a meteorWatch our video below to learn more. Enjoy!For more information, check our other related articles and videos such as: Inground Pool Excavation: 4 Questions You May Not Think To AskInground Pools and Ground Water: How To Manage a High Water TableHydrostatic Pressure and Dewatering Systems for Fiberglass PoolsAt River Pools, we manufacture and install world-class fiberglass swimming pools for customers across North America. Why not take a look at some of our models to see if a durable fiberglass pool is right for you?Want to know how much your fiberglass pool will cost? Contact us today to request pricing and to discuss the needs of your pool project. In the meantime, feel free to try out our fiberglass pool pricing calculator tool for a fast estimate.
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